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|Title:||Laser therapy for a haemophiliac. Case report.||Authors:||Chellappah, N.K.
|Issue Date:||Apr-1990||Citation:||Chellappah, N.K.,Loh, H.S. (1990-04). Laser therapy for a haemophiliac. Case report.. Australian dental journal 35 (2) : 121-124. ScholarBank@NUS Repository.||Abstract:||With adequate precaution, dental procedures which are likely to cause haemorrhage in haemophiliac patients may now be performed with a greatly reduced risk. A case report of a 'moderate' haemophiliac who presented with acute pericoronitis is described. The operculum associated with an erupting molar tooth was excised using a laser beam. Pre- or post-operative infusion of Factor VIII was not required. The applications and possible implications of the use of this treatment modality are discussed.||Source Title:||Australian dental journal||URI:||http://scholarbank.nus.edu.sg/handle/10635/79910||ISSN:||00450421|
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